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SPIRE 2015 : Symposium on String Processing and Information Retrieval

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Conference Series : String Processing and Information Retrieval
 
Link: http://www.dcs.kcl.ac.uk/events/spire2015/
 
When Sep 1, 2015 - Sep 4, 2015
Where London, UK
Submission Deadline May 1, 2015
Notification Due Jun 5, 2015
Final Version Due Jun 19, 2015
Categories    information retrieval   string processing
 

Call For Papers

Call For Papers

SPIRE 2015 invites submissions in two categories: long papers (12 pages) and short papers (6 pages). Submissions should be anonymous and formatted using LNCS style. At least three reviewers will evaluate each paper based on its originality, quality and significance of theoretical and/or practical contribution, the validity and robustness of the used methodology, and the overall contribution to our understanding of the context of the work.

All papers will be refereed according to the usual scientific standards. Accepted papers will appear in the Proceedings published by Springer Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series, which will be distributed to all delegates at the symposium. Papers should be submitted exclusively through the SPIRE 2015 paper submission Web site. By submitting a paper, its authors commit to having the paper presented at the conference by at least one of them; an accepted paper will not be published in the proceedings, and will thus be removed from the programme, if none of its authors have registered for the conference by the time the camera-ready copy of the paper is due (19 June, 2015).

Submission
Submission is via easychair.

Important Dates

Submission deadline: May 1st, 2015
Notification: June 5th, 2015
Camera-ready due: June 19th, 2015
Early registration: TBA
Main conference: September 1st - September 3rd, 2015
Workshops: August 31st and September 4th, 2015
Topics Areas

SPIRE 2015 covers research in all aspects of string processing, information retrieval, computational biology, pattern matching, semi-structured data, and related applications. Typical topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

String Processing
Text searching
Pattern matching
Text indexing
Text data structures
Data compression
Compressed data structures
Data mining
Natural language processing
Automata-based string processing

Information Retrieval
Retrieval models
Indexing
Evaluation
Algorithms and data structures for IR
Efficiency in IR systems
Interface design
Text classification and clustering
Text analysis and mining
Collaborative and content-based filtering
Topic modeling for IR
Search tasks (Web search, enterprise search, desktop search, legal search, cross-lingual retrieval, federated search, blog search, XML retrieval, multimedia retrieval)
Digital libraries

Computational Biology
High-throughput DNA sequencing (assembly, read alignment, read error correction, metagenomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, et c.)
Evolution and Phylogenetics
Gene and regulatory element recognition
Motif finding
Protein structure prediction

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